Vistas of broad river valleys, deep canyons and distant mountains welcome outdoor enthusiants and those who enjoy beautiful scenery to Mount Magazine. Altitude, geography and climate combine to create unique habitats for rare plants and animals. The elevation makes the mountaintop a cool place to be on hot summer days. The park offers campsites (18 Premium with sewer and Class B (tent only), hiking trails, overlooks, a pavilion, picnic area with restrooms, visitor center with exhibit gallery and gift shop, and interpretive programs. The more adventuresome can go rock climbing, hang-gliding, biking and horseback riding.